Ecology of birds using historical scientific literature

Ecology of birds using historical scientific literature
Ecology of birds using historical scientific literature
Ecology of birds using historical scientific literature
Ecology of birds using historical scientific literature
Ecology of birds using historical scientific literature
Ecology of birds using historical scientific literature
Ecology of birds using historical scientific literature
Ecology of birds using historical scientific literature
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This bundle contains nine resources themed around birds of Virginia and West Virginia.

Birds in the Farming Environment: Create a foodweb for a farmed area

Bobwhites: Interpret photos of a birds crop to infer effect on environment, design an investigation to measure the effects

Seed Dispersal: Effect of birds on seed dispersal and succession

Bird Diet Variety: Identify native birds for a variety of diets

Birds and Succession: Interpret scientific literature about succession and birdsP

Plant reproduction: Interpret scientific literature for the effect of birds on succession, describe a variety of plant reproduction strategies

Carnivorous and Scavenging Birds: Describe the roles of carnivorous and scavenging birds in an ecosystem and the importance of protecting them

Encouraging Bird Life: Describe the benefits of encouraging bird life, design an investigation with bird feeders

Encouraging Birds: Design an investigation about the effect of bird sanctuaries

Coded for Virginia Biology SOLs

1.a (observations of living organisms)

1.b (hypotheses are formulated based on direct observations and scientific literature)

1.c (variables are defined and investigations are designed to test hypotheses)

1.e (conclusions are formed based on data)

1.f (sources of error are identified and discussed)

1.g (validity of data is determined)

1.j (research utilizes scientific literature)

4.c (structures and functions vary among and within plants

8.a (interactions within and among populations)

8.c (succession patterns in ecosystems)

8.d (the effects of natural events and human activities on ecosystems)

8.e (analysis of the flora, fauna, and micororganisms of Virginia)

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